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  • what a surprise!

    This book is from the psychic visions series. The book starts in a philosophy course that discusses various what if scenarios. “What if there was a backdoor into your mind” was the topic for the day’s lecture. When two girls in the class die with no apparent cause, things get interesting. Abby and Harvey are the cops assigned to the case, but when the professor goes missing, her nephew Leon becomes parts of the investigation. Leon is drawn to Abby and the attraction is mutual, but will Abby take a chance on love? If you have read any books in the psychic visions series, you have met Stefan Kronos a psychic that works with the police to solve cases. Stefan tells Abby and Leon that the key to solving the case is to find out how their parent’s deaths are related. What I liked about this book is that Dale Mayer does a good job of tying all of these loose ends together with a surprise twist at the end. I love the originality the story and can’t wait to read the next book in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Brilliant story

    Wow Dale Mayer, you really put me on a roller coaster with this one, If I could have read it in one sitting I would have, it is a real page turner. Professor Gertrude Milligan was heading a series of discussions for her philosophy group entitled "What if" , the current one was What if other people could take over your mind, during the lecture two female students died, the post mortem and forensics showed no cause of death. Homicide detective Abigail Cartwright and her partner Harvey would be leading the investigating team, the deaths were what Harvey called woohoo. Abigail had gained a reputation for having psychic skills which she refused to acknowledge but in the past she had been known to receive help from a psychic called Stefan. When Gertrude disappeared her nephew, also a professor and ex police officer, becomes involved, he and Abigale work closely together although she tries to keep him at arms length. As more murders appear to be connected, all with no clues Abigale becomes desperate, she doesn't want to involve Stefan but she may not have a choice. As the body count escalates the plot becomes more and more complex and twisted , Abigale still has no idea what is happening. I loved the complexity of this story, I loved the intensity when Abigail's life was hanging by a thread, I loved the twist at the end and I loved the blossoming romance between Abigail and Leon. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A lecture about "What If?".

    Since Detective Abigail Cartwright was known for solving unusual crimes, it doesn't seem far fetched she is sent to the latest strange scene where 2 college students mysteriously died during a lecture on "What If?". Gertrude Milligan, the professor giving the lecture, disappears and her nephew Professor Leon Wellington, who teaches at the same University, is concerned about the event and his Aunt Gertie's disappearance. So the story starts and then it continues to develop at a rapid pace and definitely had me guessing throughout this development. I found this story very difficult to put down and thoroughly enjoyed the characters and their solving techniques. It had me captivated from beginning to end.

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  • Good One!!

    This is sooo good! All of the stories in this series are good, but I really liked this one! The author infuses so many intricate details to make the reader believe and feel as though they are right there experiencing all the drama. I respect Abby’s work ethic and determination to find every clue and detail to figure out and understand what is happening to these people. Her abilities are what will help solve the murders and make her feel like she is a normal detective following the clues and not someone who is the only one that has certain skills and can work these types of cases. She doesn’t ever get involved with suspects, but with Leon assisting in the search regarding the disappearance of his Aunt, Abby is wondering if she is mixing business with pleasure. I enjoy Leon’s attempts to keep Abby in his life and his willingness to help her find his Aunt, along with any other clues related to his family history and the murders of his parents. There are a lot of threads to pull with information surrounding the plots in this story which makes it all the more intense and exciting to read. I don’t want to divulge any spoilers to ruin this journey for anyone else. You will find yourself immersed in danger and mayhem as well as mind games that baffle and intrigue you. This is a joy to read, a real puzzle to figure out and one you won’t put down until you find out what happens in the end!

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  • Great mystery with psychic phenomena and intriquw\

    This is a great mystery, based in a psychic phenomena with intrigue and a dab a romance. I say a dab because the relationship is building, between the Detective Abigail and Leon, a professor who used to be a cop. His Aunt is also a professor, and two people die in her "what if" class with no witness and no sign of foul play. There are turns and twists galore. The first meet of the guilty party and I said ah, ha, that's the person. Then Dale led me down the winding road and I began to doubt myself. There were some jaw dropping revelations and Stefan is with us here and there ( our great psychic from previous books) making this read mystery with intrigue. Oh, I was right on who it was :) Thank you for the arc, I freely volunteer my thoughts and opinions.

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